Miniature Souvenir Cup & Saucer - Capitol Washington D.c. - Occupied Japan
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I purchased a lot of nice green, pink, cobalt and milk glass at a recent estate sale, as well as a bunch of nice pottery / ceramics. Keep checking back.
THIS LISTING: Cute little Cup & Saucer. Souvenir of U.S. Capitol Washington, D.C. - Marked on bottom, in blue: A CAPSCO PRODUCT MADE IN OCCUPIED JAPAN. Saucer is about 3-7/8" across. Cup is about 1-7/8" across the top x 1-3/4" tall. Thin, translucent ceramic. Good, used condition with no chips or cracks. There are strange spots on the bottom of the saucer. I hand washed these, but the spots did not come off. Stains?
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Postage will be actual (as close as I can figure ahead of time. Priority mail includes insurance. I will add $.75 to First Class and Parcel Post for insurance.(+$1.50 for international). Will combine shipping when possible. I will not be responsible for items lost or damaged in transit. International buyers will be responsible for all customs fees (not included in shipping charges)and should know what items are permitted. Customs forms will be marked Sale with actual values. 6% Sales tax must be added for items shipped to PA.